Transcend Unveils 250GB StoreJet 2.5

Transcend announced the availability of its new 250GB StoreJet 2.5 SATA portable hard drive in India. The StoreJet 2.5 is compact and features a designed polished aluminum case with contoured edges.

To ensure compatibility with most desktop and notebook computers, the StoreJet 2.5 uses a USB 2.0 interface, which provides data transfer rates up to 480Mbits per second. Hiding inside the StoreJet's streamlined shell is a modern, high-capacity 250GB SATA HDD. The StoreJet 2.5's internal SATA interface also ensures future-proof compatibility, in case users feel the need to upgrade the internal hard drive later on.

The StoreJet 2.5 SATA HDD features a convenient "OneTouch" Auto-Backup button, and comes bundled with Transcend's StoreJet elite 2.0 software which offers intelligent backup scheduling, security, and power saving functions. The StoreJet 2.5SATA is available in a colorful polished aluminum cases including: Titanium (120GB), Blue (160GB) and Silver (250GB). Additionally, the StoreJet 2.5 SATA is available without a hard drive as a sleek external enclosure. The enclosure is 100% compatible with all brands of 2.5" SATA hard drives, and is offered in silver, blue or red. It supports all commonly used operating systems, like Windows 2000 / XP / Vista, Mac OS 9.0/OS X, and Linux Kernel 2.4.2, or later.

Product Features

- Built-in 250GB 2.5" SATA HDD
- Fully High-Speed USB 2.0 compliant
- Data transfer rates up to 480Mbits per second
- Backwards compatible with USB 1.0/1.1
- USB powered- no AC/DC adapter needed
- OneTouch Auto- Backup button
- Bright LED indicates power / data transfer activity
- Includes Transcend's StoreJet elite 2.0 software pack:
- Backup data from a computer to StoreJet or any other storage media with advanced scheduling options
- Restore: Restore whole hard drives, folders or individual files with intelligent file-overwrite protection
- Compression: Protect files with powerful encryption
- HDD lock
- OneTouch Backup
- Power Management: Enables power-saving mode when idle

 








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